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Winners announced November 3, 2015. Major prize winners will be published in the Toronto Sun and a full searchable list of winners will be available here.
In the event that all tickets are sold by September 3, 2015, then all Early Bonus, Early Bird, Grand Prize, Final and 50/50 Draws will commence on September 15 until completion on or before September 29, 2015. All draws will take place under the supervision of Deloitte LLP at their offices at Suite 1700, 5140 Yonge Street, North York ON M2N 6L7 commencing at 8:00 a.m. and the publication of the winners will be on October 13, 2015.
In the event there is a discrepancy between the winners list posted in the Toronto Sun and that posted on www.SickKidsLottery.ca or the Deloitte LLP final report, the Deloitte LLP report will always be considered final. For any inquiries concerning the winners search, we invite you to contact the SickKids Lottery Administrator. For prize fulfillment inquiries please call 1-866-229-1648.
GRAND PRIZE DRAW
DEADLINE: Midnight, May 22, 2015
DRAW: June 9, 2015
SUPER EARLY BONUS
DEADLINE: Midnight, June 12, 2015
DRAW: June 23, 2015
DEADLINE: Midnight, August 14, 2015
DRAWS: August 25, 2015
DEADLINE: Midnight, September 3, 2015
DRAW: September 15, 2015
DEADLINE: Midnight, September 18, 2015
DRAWS: October 5-6, 2015
DEADLINE: Midnight, October 2, 2015
DRAW: October 14, 2015
GRAND PRIZE & FINAL DRAWS
DEADLINE: Midnight, October 2, 2015
DRAWS: October 14-26, 2015
2014 SickKids Lottery Draw Winner
“On September 16th, 2013, SickKids saved our son, Phoenix’s life. We felt like we had won the lottery. Today we received our prize from the actual lottery and we feel like winners all over again. Thank you.”
SickKids grandfather wins lottery
Published on Monday, November 18, 2013
Today, Thambiaiyah Jeyananthan was presented with a $1 million cheque as the winner of the SickKids Lottery. What’s special about this winner is that Mr. Jeyananthan’s grandson was previously treated at SickKids for trauma after a playground injury two years ago on Christmas Eve. This connection makes this giveaway that much more special. Take a look at the excited family accepting their prize.
2013 SickKids Dreams and Discoveries Winter Lottery Grand Prize Winner
“Winning gives me another reason to smile when I think of SickKids. My son was treated there, so this is a lottery that I can relate to. I love supporting anything that helps the hospital.”
Len and Joanne Carr
2012 SickKids Dreams and Discoveries Winter Lottery Grand Prize Winner
Another local couple wins million-dollar lottery draw By tbnewswatch.com April 17, 2012 For the fifth time this year someone in Thunder Bay is collecting a major lottery windfall. Len and Joanne Carr are expected to pick up their cheque for $1.5 million in the SickKids Dreams and Discoveries Winter Lottery in Toronto on Friday, April 20. Len owns an electrical contracting business in the city and the couple have two sons aged 24 and 26. Both Joanne and Len lost parents to illness, which inspired them to give back. Len is president of the local curling club in Thunder Bay. One of his junior curlers is currently being treated at SickKids for leukemia. They plan to use the money for retirement. The Carrs have supported the SickKids Lottery since 2007.
2011 SickKids Dreams and Discoveries Fall Lottery
Grand Prize Winner Peter Law, long time supporter of the SickKids Lottery, was the grand prize winner of the SickKids Dreams and Discoveries Fall 2011 Lottery.
2011 SickKids Winter Lottery Grand Prize Winner
“We are so grateful to live near SickKids, so it’s really important to us to support it. You never know when someone you knowis really going to need it.” Since having children of her own, Janet Gubersky truly understands the value of having a world-renowned paediatric hospital close by. She knows many family and friends who have relied on The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) over the years. Her children are fortunate to be healthy and have only been brought to SickKids for minor clinic appointments. Janet has supported SickKids Lottery several times and wants to continue buying tickets for years to come.
Marlene and Ken Frotten
2010 SickKids Winter Lottery Grand Prize Winners
Marlene and Ken Frotten are the most recent $1 million grand prize winners of SickKids Winter Lottery. Their son Daniel, second from the right, completed treatment for leukemia at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in April 2010. This was the first lottery ticket the family has ever purchased from SickKids.
2010 SickKids Spring Lottery Grand Prize Winner
We’ve always believed in miracles, in our lives and the lives of others. We’ve seen them happen.
We’re examples of how miracles can happen not once, but twice. We’ve always had a strong emotional connection with The Hospital for Sick Children and we wanted to show our thanks
So we’ve supported the SickKids Lottery for several years. Winning was completely unexpected-but became our reality. SickKids was such an incredible support during our son’s treatment for a bowel condition. We were already so grateful to have our lives changed once by SickKids-we never thought our lives would be impacted so dramatically a second time by the same hospital.
SickKids truly makes a difference each and every day. For our family, the effect of the hospital’s care is still remembered from years past and is evidenced by our healthy son! We will never forget. Thank you for making a difference!
Paul and Susan LeBlanc
2009 SickKids Fall Lottery Grand Prize Winners
We feel overwhelmed and grateful, because The Hospital for Sick Children has already done so much for us. Our three-year-old son Zacharie was born with Double Outlet Right Ventricle syndrome, a congenital heart disease. When he was only seven months old, we came to SickKids, where he had life-saving surgery. Doctors performed a complicated open-heart surgery on Zacharie and now he’s a normal, happy little kid. He’s a run-around boy and has a four-year-old brother to keep up with. There may be more surgery a bit later, but nothing major. In the meantime, Zacharie has annual checkups at SickKids.
So we’ve supported the hospital by buying its lottery tickets. This time, we bought three tickets. But only in our wildest dreams did we ever imagine winning the $1 million. At the presentation of the cheque, we were really surprised when Dr. Glen Van Arsdell, the heart surgeon who saved our boy’s life, stopped by to offer his congratulations. It was good to see him. It was very emotional to say “thank you” again and tell Dr. Van Arsdell everything is great with Zacharie … that he’s brand new. Now, we have a million – and one – reasons to be thankful to SickKids!
2010 SickKids Fall Lottery Grand Prize Winner
SickKids lottery winners giving back – donating part of win back to Hospital for Sick Children. By Frances Willick, Windsor Star December 22, 2010 WINDSOR, Ont. — Every year as Lynn Shaw buys her ticket for the SickKidslottery, she gets this niggling feeling that someday her number’s going to come up. Shaw and her longtime partner Cameron Jones began purchasing tickets for the lottery 12 years ago in memory of Shaw’s nephew, Jonathan. The strapping 10 pound six ounce baby was born in 1998 with a severe genetic condition affecting his heart, lungs and brain. affecting his heart, lungs and brain. Immediately after he was born, Jonathan was rushed to the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, where he was hooked up to life support. After two and a half weeks, his parents and doctors made the decision to remove him from life support. The infant died in his parents’ arms five hours later. It was the first time they had been able to hold him. Despite the tragedy of losing her nephew, Shaw recognized the outstanding care her family received at the hospital. “They were like family,” she said. “The care, the love, the heartbreak when Jonathan died, they were phenomenal. If he could have been helped or saved, that’s where it would have happened – at that hospital.” That year and every year afterwards, Shaw and Jones bought a $100 ticket for the lottery, alternating between their names each year. But this year, Shaw decided to buy two. “I’d say, I just have a feeling that Jonathan’s our little angel and we’re going to win something someday, I know it – never dreaming it would be a million dollars.” Two weeks ago, they got the call. “My girlfriend left a message on the machine saying, ‘Oh my God, you lucky suckers – you won a million dollars. I saw it on CTV on the news at noon,’” Shaw said. “We’re both looking at each other like, ‘Oh my God.’” Shaw called the number on the back of her ticket and got confirmation from SickKids that she was indeed the grand prize winner. “I don’t think we’ve even screamed yet because we’re both in shock,” Shaw said. “I can’t even fathom a million dollars right now.” Though they haven’t received the money yet, Shaw and Jones know exactly what they’re going to do with it – or at least a portion of it. “The first thought we had is donating back to the hospital in Jonathan’s name. We were just so incredibly blown away by the care and compassion,” Shaw said. “I don’t think our conscience would feel right if we didn’t do right by that hospital.” Shaw and Jones haven’t yet decided how much they’ll donate to the hospital, but it’ll likely be in the tens of thousands of dollars “If it helps them to continue the good work that they do and if it helps them to develop more cures … maybe in the future the next little boy that has some of the same issues could survive,” Shaw said. In addition to donating to the hospital, the couple plans to give some of their winnings to family members, to buy a new vehicle and possibly a new house. The windfall also means Shaw, 49, can retire from her job emptying and filling barrels of whisky at the Diageo plant in Amherstburg. Jones, 60, retired from the same plant two years ago. Shaw said it’ll take a while before their good fortune really sinks in. As she went Christmas shopping last week, she still kept her eyes open for sales. “We went to Red Lobster – I guess we can leave a little bigger tip,” she said. “We just look at each other and say, ‘You’re a frickin’ millionaire, you know.”